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Feb 28, 2013 1:00am PST
spiritual leader and new direction. cnn's chief international correspondent christiane amanpour is live from rome this morning. good morning to you. >> good morning, zoraida and john. it is incredible with st. peter's behind us. i can't help but wonder what must be going through pope benedict's mind right now. we've talked about this decision, reported all the formality, the celebration, we heard him speak even yesterday in a very, very personal way about the decision he took, about the gravity of it, the novelty of it, about the joys he had in shepherding the roman catholic church over the past eight years and indeed about the sorrow and challenges he faced and the church faced as well. after all of that he's human. what must he be thinking to be the first pope in more than 600 years to step down. the first pope in more than 700 years to voluntarily step down. it's an amazing instance. we're joined here by john allen, our senior vatican analyst and correspondent for the national catholic reporter online. and what do you think is going and what will his meetings with the cardinals be like th
CNN
Feb 27, 2013 2:00am PST
's go live to christiane amanpour who is anchoring our special coverage live from rome. >> good morning. indeed it is unprecedented. these are unchartered waters. right now you're soon going to have pope benedict xvi making his final official speech to the public before stepping down just over 24 hours from now. at 8:00 p.m. tomorrow, he becomes the first pope in centuries to resign. and he's leaving behind a vatican really at a cross roads. the catholic church facing difficult challenges and also opportunities as it moves forward. now, as i say, usually when there's a transition and we've covered it so many times, well, not so many times, but the last one i was here, and that was because a pope died. john paul ii died after living his last years infirmed and in visible pain. now we have a transition, we have a living pope. you're not watching a funeral before the next pope is elected. you're not watching the world's heads of state come here to pay their respects to the departed pope. you're seeing a much different kind of transition. john al whlen, what is pope benedict going to do the
ABC
Feb 26, 2013 5:30pm PST
to bring in abc's global affairs anchor christiane amanpour in rome tonight. christiane, always great to see you. and first here, what have we learned about pope benedict once he officially steps down? >> reporter: we were told by the vatican that the pope will continue to be called benedict, he will continue to be called his holiness and given the title pope emeritus. we understand that he'll continue to wear white, but not the, you know, elaborate papal vestments. a simple white outfit that he will dispense with his signature red prada shoes and perhaps wear some brown leather shoes. and that he will live in a monastery here within the vatican. david? >> putting the red prada shoes aside. very quiet scene behind you there tonight, but tomorrow, a much different picture. >> reporter: so, tens of thousands of pilgrims are expected here in st. peter's square tomorrow, where the pope will give his final general audience. and he'll tour around this st. peter's square, in the pope-mobile. and the next day, at 8:00 p.m. rome time, he leaves and right after that, that is when the search goe
CNN
Feb 28, 2013 2:00am PST
international correspondent christiane amanpour is live in rome this morning. good morning, christiane. >> good morning. we are expecting any moment now vatican television to start showing us those pictures of the last face-to-face meeting between pope benedict xvi on his last day on the throne of st. peter and talking personally as you've been saying, to all of those cardinals who are in town at the moment. there's a big group who will be gathering and of that huge group there will be a certain number, 115, who will eventually convene in the conclave to elect the next pope. joined here by john allen as you can see, we're in a busy location. behind us is st. peter's. i can't help but notice for all the attention on this incredible moment, when we were back here in 2005, rome was overflowing with about 5 million pilgrims as john paul lay dying. give us a sense of the difference of what's happening and the outpouring. >> the obvious difference is this transition is following resignation rather than death. you don't have the same outpouring of grief. >> we're seeing those live pictures indeed. >>
CNN
Feb 28, 2013 4:00am PST
correspondent christiane amanpour who is live for us in rome this morning. we've given a rundown how the day will go. what can you add to that? >> reporter: well, you know, today was the day that the cardinals got to say goodbye to the pope and thank you. yesterday it was the pope in st. peter's square who was saying thank you and farewell. and cardinal angelo sodano, the dean of the college of cardinals, started out by making a speech. this is what he said and what the pope replied. >> translator: you addressed the people in st. peter's square. today we should thank you for the example which you have given us during the last eight years of your pontifficate. i will continue to serve you in prayer, in particular in the coming days, so that you may be touched by the holy spirit in the election of a new pope and hope that the lord will show you the right way. >> reporter: and of course what he also said was that amongst you, as he was talking to the cardinals, amongst you will be the next pope. and to him i will offer my continued devotion and obedience. it is, as we've been saying, such an un
ABC
Feb 28, 2013 12:35am PST
their hearts. what a scene it was back there. we're joined now by christiane amanpour. first, pope benedict xvi. his legacy, what do you think? >> i think that he's going to be known as a very intellectual pope, a pope who deeply loved the church, who deeply believed in his faith. not a charismatic pope like john paul ii. not this person who really had this cult following like a rock star and who created a rock papacy. and pope benedict had a hard act to follow. but today, a man who doesn't usually wear his heart on his sleeve did to an extent. you could see the emotion. you could see that he was struggling not just with what he said was the joy of his ministry and of his papacy, but also the difficulty and the struggles he hadiya pendleton. particularly he talked about the choppy waters, and of course referring to the problems that have rocked the catholic church. the frightful sex abuse scandal that erupted first in the u.s. and then came here under his papacy. his attempts to deal with it. but not having finished the job, and people wanting to clean house and to move on from this thing that
CNN
Feb 27, 2013 9:00am PST
to the papal summer residence outside the city of rome. >> christiane amanpour is joining us. details about how the pope will live his life out. pretty fascinating. we' we're. >> reporter: you're absolutely right. we are on unchartered waters. the last time this happened was 600 years ago. pope benedict xvi after tomorrow, a new pope elected sometime we can expect before it begins on palm sunday, march 24th. so this is what is going to happen. he is going to leave the vatican tomorrow at 5:00 p. mrk local time. and there we are told he will stay for at least a couple of months, the logistics completed and the renovation and also, of course, to try to put some distance between him and pope emeritus for the new pope. those are the basic details of what we know. we do know that his private secretary will continue to minister to him and live with him in that convent that he will end up in. he will also continue to adjust and to organize the private meetings of the new pope. so there's an area of sort of cross-pollination, one man working for two popes. that will be interesting. and there's so many
CNN
Feb 27, 2013 4:00am PST
church. christiane amanpour joins us live from rome. >>> and thousands of people waking up to a snowy mess and canceled flights and bracing for more ice and snow. >> two days away from $85 billion in forced spending cuts and both sides just playing the blame game is there still time to stop pointing fingers and find a solution? >>> from basketball bad boy to american diplomat. what on earth is dennis rodman -- yes, dennis rodman, what is he doing in north korea? >>> and the pope's resignation not without controversy. what kind of financial legacy will the pope leave? >>> this morning, talking to new york congressman steve israel. illinois congressman aaron schock is our guest. john kiriakou, a former fbi agent going to prison. and mark o'mara, george zimmerman's defense attorney. it's february 27th. "starting point" begins right now. >>> welcome, everybody. pope benedict and his final public farewell. 1.2 billion catholics, making his last public appearance in st. peter's square, telling tens of thousands of followers his decision to step down comes with a deep peace of mind. >> trans
CNN
Feb 25, 2013 8:00am PST
led to bigger questions about the first papal resignation in 600 years. cnn's christiane amanpour joins me live from rome and from miami, a catholic turned episcopal priest, tv host and author. christiane, i want to begin with you. first of all, the secret dossier. what do we actually know about this secret dossier, and how do we even know what's in it? >> reporter: well, ableigh, to be frank, we don't know. the only person who really does know is pope benedict who was briefed today by those three cardinals. the allegations, the suspicions are that it could possibly have been about the possibility of blackmail against certain gay priests here in the vatican or around the world. but as we say, we simply don't know. if we had expected some of that to be released today, as you mentioned, the pope made a decision that this would go to the next pope and then it would be up to him on how to deal with it. but that is just one of the big stories here. and just when we think things can't get any worse, this last week of the pope being in office, things keep getting worse, ashleigh. >> chri
CNN
Feb 28, 2013 8:00am PST
. let's go to christiane amanpour and father irwin who are in rome right now sort of in the middle of all of that clapping and celebrating we just saw, christiane. >> reporter: indeed. and off he goes in that car, as you said, at a pretty brisk clip. he's going to the helipad which i'm told is at the vatican train station, if you can believe it and you know better than i that there is a vatican train station. he'll get on the helicopter and go. i just came from the north american college where i interviewed cardinal dolan about half an hour ago and he said, cardinal dolan, that him and many of the other cardinals, the american elected cardinals who are going to be staying there are going to go up to the roof to see if they can see the helicopter taking off. we've already seen cardinal turkson of ghana has joined the twitter revolution and he himself from the top of st. peter's behind me has tweeted a picture. perhaps many of them are going up there to see if they can watch the helicopter take off. but look, this is massive. we are watching this in minute detail unfold. why? not jus
CNN
Feb 25, 2013 4:00pm PST
in england spoke to christia christiane amanpour, and what he said, it really stuck with me. i wanted to play it for you. his name is mark dowd. >> homosexuality is the ticking time bomb in the catholic church. on the one hand, the church teaches that the condition of same-sex attraction is intrinsically disordered, those are ratzinger's own words from 1996, but we know about half if not all of people attracted to the seminaries are gay themselves. >> ratzinger is pope benedict. is this true? >> i think you have to step back for a second, erin. this is hardly a news flash. father donald cousins wrote about this 20 years ago. father andrew greely coined the phrase lavender mafia talking about a subculture within the catholic church. but barbie was quite right. this is focusing the electorate's attention on the mismanagement of the courier, the roman bureaucracy in the vatican, and no doubt, whether they're looking for a conservative or a liberal, i think that's beside the point. they're looking for a reformer. somebody who will come in and honestly appraise what's happened here. the many gaffe
CNN
Feb 26, 2013 1:00am PST
the inner workings of the vatican. i want to talk about it more with christiane amanpour in rome and john allen there is a senior correspondent for "the national catholic reporter." john, you say the idea of a existence of some sort of network of gay men or gay priests or high officials inside the vatican isn't at all improbable, but do you believe that's the reason the pope is resigning? >> no, anderson, i don't. i think for the most part, you have to take benedict xvi at his word that he's resigning because of his age and fatigue. on the other hand, i think you have to ask the question why is he so fatigued, and i think at least part of that picture is that he has spent much of the last eight years frustrated that his efforts to be a teaching pope, to conduct a kind of global graduate acceptable yar and the relationship between reason and faith and so on have been hampered by a kind of endless series of crises and controversies and meltdowns, some of them coming in from the outside and some of them self-inflicted. so i think that is indeed part of the calculus. but fundamentally, i don'
CNN
Feb 26, 2013 7:00pm PST
. joining us christiane amanpour, john allen of the national catholic reporter and abuse survivor, former priest and currently co-founder and president of road to recovery, an organization that counsels fellow survivors. john, the tone of cardinal mahoney's blog post, he clearly seems to feel that he is being persecuted and he says he's praying for those who unfairly attack him, he blames the media. for viewers who have not been following this closely, according to internal church records cardinal mahoney and a top adviser discussed ways to hide the sexual abuse of children from law enforcement for years, preventing police from investigating priests who had admitted to church officials they molested young boys, correct? >> yeah, that is correct, anderson. i think when cardinal mahoney argues that he's being unfairly treated, what he means is that while those failures that you're talking about are abundantly documented he would contend that later on once he became aware of the enormity of this problem he turned the corner and tried to become a reformer. some would suggest his later years h
CNN
Feb 27, 2013 1:00am PST
edition of "early start". i'm christian amanpour live from rome on. and we also want to welcome our global viewers on cnn international. this is the final day of the pope's public audiences. pope benedict is about to make his last one right here in the square before stepping down. it is a historic day. becoming the first pope in six centuries to abdicate and he leaves behind a church with many opportunities behind and many challenges, as well. and we'll talk all about that later on on in a moment, take a look at saint peter's square, more than 50,000 people we're told are expected to witness the pope's final general audience. the anticipation has been building. here is the schedule for this morning and for the the next couple of days. at 4:30 a.m., that is eastern time, that's 10:30 a.m. here in rome, the pope arrives in his popemobile. it's an unusual way for him to conduct his wednesday audience, but because this is the final time, he's going to spend about 15 minutes we think driving around the square waving to the crowd before he starts talking and starts making prayers and having his
CNN
Feb 27, 2013 8:00am PST
and for the new pope. >> cnn's christiane amanpour was part of the historic audience. christiane, a lot of emotion. is that a surprise given the fact this he's been called the german shepherd? >> reporter: yeah. he's been one who's not worn his heart on his sleeve. he's very different from his predecessor john paul ii who was all about hugs and embracing. yes, this was a day of rare emotion. you saw a lot of smiles as he went around st. peter's square in that pope mmobile to receive the final farewells. he spoke about how he had so much joy, he said, in the church in his eight years of reign but he also talked about how there had been difficult times. he said it had been fair from easy on occasion. he talk tbd church coming across agitated waters and finding themselves facing different directions of the wind. obviously he was talking about various crises and issues that the pope has to deal with and the church has to deal with,al those close to home who have rocked and buffeted those for years, most significantly the priests who have preyed upon young boy and an effort to hold those accountable, w
CNN
Feb 25, 2013 9:00am PST
. our chief international correspondent christiane amanpour joins us from rome. this report was in "the observer," the newspaper, saying one man was a 20-year-old seminarien, cardinal was a spiritual director and inappropriate approaches were made after night prayers. what do you know about the case and what cardinal o'brien is saying? >> reporter: well, look, we know according to published reports there's this case and three other cases. a total of four cases now coming out and accusing cardinal o'brien of inappropriate sexual misconduct. he himself is said to have taken up, obviously, legal counsel. he has, as we've said, resigned but he was resigning months ago. it's just that today pope benedict accepted that resignation. he didn't have to accept it today. it could have been further delayed but he did accept the resignation. and now we've also know, because of statements cardinal o'brien has posted, he will not come here to rome and take part in the election of the next pope in the conclave. he said that he would want the spotlight not to be on him but on the pope. but what is clear
CNN
Feb 26, 2013 9:00am PST
details about what pope benedict's life is after thursday when he no longer is the pope. our christiane amanpour is in rome. cardinals are gathering together today, a meet, they'll choose the next pope. what are they talking about? are they talking about the scandal? >> reporter: let me give you a little bit of what's going on. i always notice at this time of the daylight is going down in this etern nal city and it's a shadowy week as far as what's coming out of the vatican and they want to move out of the darkness and scandals swirling around into the light, as they tell me, of what they want to project for these last few days of pope benedict's reign. they're trying to say whatever was investigated, for instance, three cardinals who briefed the pope and only the pope yesterday that will be put on the desk of the new pontiff to deal with. so, what we are hearing today from inside the vatican are details about the pope's next status. he will apparently still be called his holiness, he will probably take on the title of pontiff emeritus. it is an unprecedented situation, no pope has had,
CNN
Feb 27, 2013 8:00pm PST
it in a way that so touches the heart. >> i spoke earlier with chr christiane amanpour. he seemed to be making reference to the corruption that plagued and continued to plague the church. >> and the pope spoke about so many of the challenges that continue to face the church. but yes, these scandals that have rocked the church and the vatican and almost every diocese in the united states, i might add, as well as in europe over the last 12 to 14 years. he was saying that this has been shocking and stormy waters, that the church has sometimes seemed to be flying against the wind. but he then went on to say that he knew god wouldn't allow the church to sink. so yes, i think clearly making reference to this on his final general audience, his final public appearance. >> yet he made no real direct mention of the child abuse scandals, which i imagine for some people have been directly affected. it's not going to be enough, the fact that he didn't actually bring it up specifically? >> well, it was unlikely he was ever going to bring it up specifically on this day. but you're right, there are so many pe
ABC
Feb 24, 2013 9:00am EST
george will and christiane amanpour. >> the impact on the national security, no doubt. only 2 cents on the dollar over the whole federal budget. that's in seven months and highlighted, put at least most of the burden on the defense department. that's going to have an impact. that's a 13% cut. the best way to get through this, we can point fingers the best way to do this is to allow flexibility. if you allow flexibility -- >> i wanted to bring that to congressman engoal. >> i think the sequester was a stupid thing. i voted against it the first time it came up. it's a ridiculous thing to do. the fact is, we need to do things that are smart, not take a meet cleaver and just cut. >> should the white house accept this call from the republicans? >> i think congress should sit down and avoid the sequester and if the sequester kicks in, for a week or go, we should then fix it. >> the navy insists they had no choice than to delay the deployment of the aircraft carrier. if so, if they have no wiggle room at all, that suktss to me that flexibility is what the administration does not want them
CNN
Feb 26, 2013 4:00am PST
of the catholic church. christiane amanpour joins us ahead. >>> at least 14 tourists are dead after a hot air balloon explodes and plummets to the ground. we will take you there life. >>> will markets take another big fall on wall street or why investors today are keeping a close eye on europe this morning. >>> it's tuesday, february 26th and "starting point" begins right now. welcome, everybody. ron brownstein, editor yat director at "national journal" and natalie jackson attorney for trayvon martin's family. nice of you with us. john berman sticks around of course. our big story the blizzard, some calling it the blizzard of the agencies, it's already battered the southern plains, left large parts of texas and oklahoma buried under a foot of snow. one local mayor said we have roofs collapsing all over town in observing soklahoma city. amarillo, texas, 17 inches of snow, second worst snowstorm ever to hit that city. two people have died on the storm, one at an icy kansas interstate and one in their home where the roof caved in because of snow. here's the mayor of woodward, oklahoma, describin
CNN
Feb 26, 2013 1:00pm PST
. christiane amanpour is standing by in rome. if chuck hagel gets confirm what will his first few days at the pentagon look like. there's new information coming in to "the situation room" right now. [ male announcer ] when these come together, and these come together, one thing you can depend on is that these will come together. delicious and wholesome. some combinations were just meant to be. tomato soup from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. good morning, turtle. ♪ my friends are all around me ♪ my friends, they do surround me ♪ ♪ i hope this never ends ♪ and we'll be the best of friends ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing the reimagined 2013 chevrolet traverse. all set? all set. with spacious seating for up to eight. imagine that. chevrolet. find new roads. i honestly loved smoking, and i honestly didn't think i would ever quit. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. it put me at ease that you could smoke on the first week. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking o
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Feb 25, 2013 10:00am PST
resigned amid allegations he abused four priests studying to be priests in the '80s. christiane amanpour joins us from rome. talk to us about what "the observer" newspaper is now reporting. one of the priests in his 20s in the '80s accuses o'brien of inappropriate action on his behalf. what are we talking about? >> reporter: well, suzanne, this is, you know, been reported by "the observer" newspaper in england and talking about these four priests, three were priests, one was a clergy member, over a period of years that stretched back for a long, long time, to the '80s. now, it has to be said that cardinal o'brien vigorously denies this and is considering -- or is now taking legal counsel. and he has, as you know, decided to not come to rome for the conclave. now, many here would say that was a wise decision. the pope today decided to accept o'brien's resignation. he had to resign because of his age and he did so several months ago. but often popes allow certain priests to carry on for a period of months before they have to step down. in any event, his resignation was accepted. he's not c
CNN
Feb 25, 2013 6:00pm PST
at the clip from christian amanpour that spoke with a dominican friar and hear what he told her. >> homosexuality is the ticking time bomb in the catholic church. about half if not more than all the people attracted into the priest hood are gay themselves. >> i mean, father, you yourself fell in love after struggling to live as a celibate priest. is celbacy really any longer sensible to enforce upon the priest hood? >> i think it is for those who are called to be monks and to be religious, and i honor and respect the vows that father reece has taken, poverty, chastity, obedience and month most of us as secular priests may not be called to lifelong sell bass sigh and the issue of homosexual, it is horrible to hear they're being told their sexuality is disordered while we know that homosexuality is alive and well among many of the clergy so how is it this institution con kems homosexual persons and their sexual expression and allow or cover up homosexuality within their own ranks? that's a big problem. >> father reece, it is a problem. it is a problem almost of changing times. you
CNN
Feb 26, 2013 5:00pm PST
accountable. >> robert, i appreciate you being on with us. john allen and christiane amanpour as well. thanks. >> thank you. >>> let's continue this discussion during the commercial break on twitter right now. a lot of folks are tweeting about this already saying that cardinal mahoney should not be part of this conclave. @anderson cooper is the twitter address. >>> it was not let's make a deal, may not even be fit for family viewing, but was he actually speaking the truth? we'll play it for you. you can decide for yourself. raw politics. very raw. >>> also we'll take you places that are buried in the biggest snowfall in decades. we'll tell you who is next in the path of yet another deadly storm. [ kitt ] you know what's impressive? a talking car. but i'll tell you what impresses me. a talking train. this ge locomotive can tell you exactly where it is, what it's carrying, while using less fuel. delivering whatever the world needs, when it needs it. ♪ after all, what's the point of talking if you don't have something important to say? ♪ good morning, turtle. ♪ my friends are all around me
ABC
Feb 24, 2013 7:00am PST
christiane amanpour. all coming up later on "this week." >>> now we turn from george to hollywood stars, the oscars are tonight. and george is heading out there. >> one of the most entertaining things to do is to guess who will win. especially if you help from an insider. that happens to be abc's chris connelly. he joins us from los angeles with a look at the favorites and some possible upsets. good morning, chris. >> reporter: good morning to you guys. behind me, you see the gorgeous red carpet stairway here at the kodiak. let's forget what they're wearing, how did they vote? there are so many award shows now. sally field referred to it as growing like a fungus. we can lull ourselves into thinking we know how oscar will decide, but we don't. as william goldman, the famous screen writer once said, nobody knows anything. the oscar votes are all in. but instead of pouring over exit polls and network projections, we're still able to imagine an underdog coming out on top. >> are you taking your proper dosage of your medication? >> reporter: does "silver lining playbook" have a long shot cha
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